Navigating through school hallways

March 24, 2010 — by Apeksha Sharma

When the bell rings, students hustle through the hallways trying to avoid being crammed between students.

This normally happens as students oppose the flow of traffic through the hallways. However, few know that the trick to getting around school at a faster pace is to merely follow the direction of which students are going. It is much easier to take a lap around the English building than push through a crowd of students who do not necessarily enjoy the uncalled-for nudges.
Additionally, the back parking lot is an easier way to get to the science building than pushing through crowds of students. It is especially helpful to the students who don’t have time to take an extra route to their class. Since the lot is spacious, it gives room for students to get to classes easily while still maintaining their personal boundaries.
Another hallway that is rarely ever used is the one adjacent to the music building. This path connects the science wing to the English building and saves students the long walk past the history classrooms. In the end, in order to reach classes faster, it helps to find hidden shortcuts and go with the flow of other students.

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